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|Title:||Ascertaining the values of σx, σy, and σz of a polarization qubit||Authors:||Schulz, O.
|Issue Date:||2-May-2003||Citation:||Schulz, O.,Steinhübl, R.,Weber, M.,Englert, B.-G.,Kurtsiefer, C.,Weinfurter, H. (2003-05-02). Ascertaining the values of σx, σy, and σz of a polarization qubit. Physical Review Letters 90 (17) : 177901/1-177901/4. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The 1987 spin-retrodiction puzzle by Vaidman, Aharonov, and Albert - the King's problem - was realized in the form of a quantum-optical analog. Success probabilities that exceed, in each channel, the single-qubit optimum were achieved. Furthermore, the mean king's second challenge, in which unitary polarizations changes are performed, was successfully implemented.||Source Title:||Physical Review Letters||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/95822||ISSN:||00319007|
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